College of Business Payment Options

Satish & Yasmin Gupta Graduate College of Business

The Satish and Yasmin Gupta Graduate College of Business has several different payment options available to its students. The five options are listed below. We have included a description and any qualification required for each of these payment options. Please note that some options cannot be used by every student.

The University of Dallas payment policy requires that each student have payment arrangements completed at the beginning of each semester. A student has several options offered by the University of Dallas to fulfill this requirement. All students are welcome to pay their accounts in full, use the UD payment plan, and/or apply for financial aid. Another alternative is the Deferred Payment Plan. This option may only be used by students whose companies have a corporate agreement with the University of Dallas. (See the list below under Deferred Payment Plan section.) Students who receive a Letter of Credit or Company Voucher can use this to complete the payment requirements for the semester.

Students that receive reimbursement for tuition from their employer at the close of the semester are still required to adhere to the UD payment policy as stated above. This requires the student to pay the account in full, utilize the UD payment plan, and/or receive financial aid.

Student Account Services in the Business Office at the University of Dallas is available from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday, at 972.721.5144 for any questions that may arise in reference to the graduate students' payment options.

Student Account Services: 972.721.5144
Student Account Services Fax: 972.721.4060 

Pay In Full

Students who desire to pay their accounts in full may now do this in several ways.

Banner Web Payment Gateway
The first way students may pay their account is by the use of the online gateway provided in BannerWeb. This gateway allows payments by electronic check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. The gateway may be accessed by logging on to BannerWeb.
Once students have logged on to BannerWeb, they may click on "Manage Your Account via Cashnet payment service" to access the balance owed for the courses registered, then go to the payment link to process their payment for the semester.

IMPORTANT PAYMENT CHANGE:
All credit card payments for tuition, fees, and room/board will be subject to a 2.75% convenience fee for domestic cards and 4.25% for international cards. We accept cash, check, electronic check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express). For more information on the convenience fee and payment options, click here.

All credit card payments will go through the Cashnet portal.  This is the online payment portal set up by the University Of Dallas. 

Mailing In A Check
The last method of payment a student may use is to mail a check to Student Account Services located in the Business Office. It is recommended that students put their ID # on the check in order to ensure that the check is posted correctly to the system. All checks must be mailed within four days of the time of registration.
Please make all checks payable to University of Dallas:

Student Account Services
University of Dallas
1845 E. Northgate Dr.
Irving, TX 75062-4736

International Payments

The University of Dallas has partnered with Flywire to help make the process of international payments simple and easy. Click here to find out more and to get started.

University of Dallas Payment Plan

The University of Dallas offers a payment plan to students for paying their semester courses. The payment plan can be accessed by logging into BannerWeb. For additional information on the payment plan please select the following link: UD Payment Plan

Financial Aid

Some students decide to apply for financial assistance through the federal and state governments. Students using this payment option need to understand different points of the financial aid process as it relates to the payment of their student account.

Financial Aid Option
 

Deferred Payment Plan 
The University of Dallas has a deferred payment plan for students who are with the following companies:

  • Bell Helicopter
  • BNSF
  • Fidelity
  • IBM
  • Lehigh Hanson
  • Lockheed

Only students who are employed by the above companies can use this payment option.

Please follow the link below to receive further information about the Deferred Payment Plan and to fill out the online form:  Deferred Payment Plan
 

Company Vouchers (Letter of Credit)

 

Company Voucher
Some companies have programs for their employees which use company vouchers or letters of credit that are given to the University. These companies will pay the University directly upon receipt of an invoice with a copy of the company voucher or the letter of credit. Please contact your Human Resource department to find out how the reimbursement process is handled.

Other Groups
Other groups that would be included with company vouchers are the Veterans Administration Chapter 31 and 33 students.
For more information, please email veterans@udallas.edu.

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